June's Issue 2008:

In this issue:

  • Dr Anthony Maloof discusses endothelial transplantation
  • Excellence in Optometry
  • Business Acumen
    • Part 6: Patient satisfaction

 

March's Issue 2008:

In this issue:

  • Just got back from the Global Keratoconus Conference. What were the take home points?
  • Excellence in Optometry
  • Business Acumen

    • Part 5: Selling to existing patients

December's Issue 2007:

In this issue:

  • What we learnt on Day 2 of the MBA, sponsored by CibaVision.

November's Issue 2007:

In this issue:

  • Excellence in Optometry
  • Business Acumen
    • Part 3 - Marketing
    • Part 4 - Prospecting for new clients

October's Issue 2007:

In this issue:

  • What we learnt on Day 1 of the MBA, sponsored by CibaVision.
  • Dr Gerard Sutton gives us an update of what is new in refractive surgery.

 

September's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Pursing optometrical excellence. We talk about Financials this month - part 2 of a 7 part series.
  • Introducing MBA : CibaVision is personally inviting practitioners from around the country to participate in Management & Business Academy for Eye Care professionals.
  • Dr Anthony Maloof is back. He comments on a few important corneal papers that have been published in peer reviewed journals.

 

August's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Pursing optometrical excellence. We talk about Business Management this month - part 1 of a 7 part series.
  • Dr Andrew Chang talks about advanced vitreo-retinal surgery.
  • Don't miss the video links to Dr Chang performing delicate vitreo-retinal surgery.

July's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Pursing optometrical excellence. Business Acumen is broken up into seven key areas. All are important.
  • Dr Gerard Sutton discusses Riboflavin UV (collagen crosslinking) for progressive keratoconus.

June's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Pursing optometrical excellence. This month we discuss Clinical Excellence and a few ways of achieving it.
  • The Zeiss Humphrey Matrix - optometrical visual field analyser of choice. Why? Read on and find out.
  • Dr Anthony Maloof discusses the brow. Brow lifts not only make the patient functionally better, it also makes them look 10 years younger!

May's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Pursing optometrical excellence. Are you "Positioning" your practice to your patient's expectations?
  • Introducing Dr Andrew Chang. He is a retinal specialist and he discusses the importance of the anti-VEGF's Avastin and Lucentis. Don't miss this!

April's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Pursing optometrical excellence. The concept of "Purpose".
  • Dr Gerard Sutton writes Part 2 on the role of Intacs and Riboflavin.

March's Issue 2007

  • Pursing optometrical excellence. Last month was an introduction. This month we will start expanding in detail
  • Dr Gerard Sutton writes his first article on the role of Intacs and Riboflavin (part1)

February's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Pursing clinical excellence. This is an introduction into the 3 key areas of excellence in Optometry
  • Rodenstock launches ColorMatic 1.6
  • Dr Anthony Maloof is back. More on oculoplastics.

January's Issue 2007

In this issue:

  • Are we obsessed with ocular therapeutics?
  • We introduce Rodenstock's new Urban frame collection.

December's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Delegating some of the consultation will free up your time to create more sales.
  • The first of a series on eyelid aesthetics. What are "fillers & softeners" by Dr Anthony Maloof.

November's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Refurbishing your practice every 5 years is a must
  • A few extra points about effectively using eye drops

October's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Technology for your dispensary
  • Eyedrops & their pitfalls

September's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • The Fusarium outbreak
  • Ocular complications of eyelid malpositioning by Dr Anthony Maloof

August's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Rodenstock Colormatic
  • Dr Anthony Maloof (Corneal & Oculo-Plastics surgeon)
  • Malpositioning of the upper eyelid

July's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Charging outside of Medicare
  • Distributed Environments (Parts 1 & 2)
  • Malpositioning of the lower eyelid by Dr Anthony Maloof

June's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Computers and IT: What do we do when we have more than one practice?

May's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Conducting a seminar from within your practice. It's a great practice building tool.
  • Dr Anthony Maloof (Corneal & Oculo-Plastics surgeon) discusses benign lesions of the lids.

April's Issue 2006

In this issue:

  • Staff meetings should you have them?
  • Richard Rees IT Specialist discusses the questions you must have answers to before you undertake a major overhaul of your computer systems.
  • Dr Anthony Maloof (Corneal & Oculo-Plastics surgeon) will concentrate on the masqueraders of blepharitis

March 2006

In this issue:

  • Are you charging appropriate contact lens fees?
  • The meibomian glands are the key to a healthy anterior segment. Find out why this month.

January 2006

In this issue:

  • What are your ideas for 2006?
  • Live answering service. Will this replace the trusted answering machine?
  • Dr Anthony Maloof expands on blepharitis by talking about its complications and treatment.

December 2005

In this issue:

  • Implementiong change within your practice.
  • The Impression Lens Range by Rodenstock is reviewed.
  • Dr Anthony Maloof presents an overview of blepharitis.

November 2005

In this issue:

  • More on I.T. Infrastructure

This is absolutely not to be missed! It is so important we will devote 3 newsletters to it.

  • Michael Kors frames by General Optical. This frame range has gone off like a rocket in our practice.
  • Bacterial keratitis and its treatment.

October 2005
In this issue we look at:

  • Why we should all be fully computerised,
  • Herpetic Keratitis and
  • The NightMove Orthokeratology system by Gelflex Laboratories.

September 2005

In this issue:

  • Charging Outside the Medicare Schedule for High Tech Instruments.
  • Contact Lens induced inflammations and infections.
  • The Etnia Barcelona frame range from General Optical - it really makes a difference in our practice. The colours are irresistible.

August 2005

In this issue:

  • A big tip on keeping your patients. We will look at    pre-appointing patients even 3 years ahead- it really works!
  • More on glaucoma management and dove tailing with this we review:
  • The new GDxVCC (Glaucoma Diagnostic Device with Variable Corneal Compensation) from Zeiss.

July 2005

In this issue:

  • This issue has more on staff issues. It seems to be every proprietors sticking point. 
  • We look at how to manage your glaucoma patients when they are being treated - your role here is critical.
  • We have now used Ciba Vision's Aquify extensively. Our patients love it.

June 2005
In this issue:

  • We address managing Staff expections and keeping your team in tact.
  • We look at the effective diagnosis and treatment of allergies,
  • The Rodenstock Impressions ILT - we were impressed by the Impressions!